Recruiting Software

Recruiting and Technology: Happy Marriage or More Work for You?

by Kelly Love Johnson on Mar 14, 2017

With countless new technology platforms available for recruiting, from sourcing to onboarding, you’d think that the process would become less personal. However, according to this post on TheNextWeb, “The recruiting world is getting bigger. And smaller. There’s a strange irony at play here: as recruiting begins to shift toward a more data-driven model, the entire process of recruiting is beginning to feel more authentic, transparent, and human.”
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Top Tools for Sourcers: 26 Resources you Need Now

by Chris Russell on Nov 21, 2016

Over the past few years, the rise of sourcing candidates online has enabled employers everywhere to find talent on their own. Fueled by an influx of new tools, they’ve turned the internet into a giant resume database just waiting to be searched by you, the recruiter. We at Jobs2Careers wanted to give you a simple guide to finding these tools. We crawled the web and came up with the top 26 sites, browser extensions and apps that will make you a better recruiter. Need a people search engine? We found it. Need an email finder? We’ve got that too. For each tool we have provided a screenshot, pricing, and link to the product. Happy sourcing!
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4 Things You Need to be Doing with Your Careers Site

by Chris Russell on Oct 27, 2016

There are still too many one-page careers sites among employers online. If you need to hire and only have a single page to promote your jobs, it’s time to break that mold. Today’s job seekers are demanding more information from potential employers, and your website is one of the primary places they seek that knowledge.
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Jobs2Careers Achieves Oracle Validated Integration with Oracle Taleo Business Edition Cloud Service

by Jobs2Careers on Nov 7, 2014

"Integration Enables Recruiters and Human Resource Professionals to Quickly Unlock a New Candidate Source and Pay Only for Completed Applications"
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7 Productivity Apps to Save You 7 Hours of Work

by Jobs2Careers on May 1, 2014

Americans spend a lot of time working. Though not the hardest working country, the United States does rank in the top 10 with roughly 1,798 average annual hours worked and 80% of American employees working at least 35 hours per week. Some of this work is happening after hours, causing many workers to work an average of seven extra hours per week – nearly an entire work day!
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